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Tudor Watches

Brief Brand History for :

In 1926, the Tudor name was trademarked for Hans Wilsdorf by a watchmaker and dealer. Soon after, watches were signed with Tudor. In 1936, Wilsdorf took over the Tudor brand and adopted the rose of the Tudor dynasty and shield as its symbols. The Montres Tudor S.A. Company was founded in 1946. Wilsdorf’s idea was to create a watch with the same reliability, quality, and durability as a Rolex but at a lower price point. To do this, he used stock movements and Rolex cases. The Tudor Oyster collection became popular in the ‘40s, and the self-winding Tudor Oyster Prince was launched in 1952. In that same year, 26 Oyster Princes accompanied the British North Greenland Expedition. The 1950s also saw the introduction of the Oyster Prince Submariner, which Tudor supplied to the French and United States Navies. These Submariners were reinterpreted in the modern Black Bay and Pelagos Collections, debuted in 2012. In recent years, Tudor has quickly risen in popularity due to its use of in-house calibers, phenomenal case finishing, and quality at a reasonable price.

Product Line Overview:

The most popular model Tudor has produced is the 'Tudor Submariner'. As they share a similar rotor winding device, Tudor Submariners are often mistaken as Rolex movements.. These Early Submariners, like the 'Tudor Submariner WATCH 76000' have become quite collectible. Other popular Tudor models are the older 'Tudor Chronographs' as well as the 'Tudor Ranger' and 'Tudor Ranger 2' models.

* https://www.essential-watches.com/ sells only 100% Authentic Tudor watches, but is not and does not claim to be an Authorized Dealer of ANY brand advertised on our website including Tudor. Because we are not an Authorized Dealer for Tudor, we can not advertise their watches as "brand new". For all intents and purposes, the watches we sell are USED, but are in immaculate - perfect - never sold condition. We specialize in discounting only the highest-grade 100% Authentic Swiss and German timepieces. We trust these timepieces to be of such high caliber that we warranty all "unworn condition" watches for a period of 2 years unless it is sold as a used watch, and in that case, you will receive a 1 year warranty. You CAN NOT expect and WILL NOT receive the factory Tudor warranty on any watch we advertise. We are the sole warrantor of ALL Brands sold on our website.
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